Congratulations on coding your first program in CS First Music and Sound! This is yourfinal screencast of the day. It will wrap up today’s club activities, as well as giveyou a preview of the next club session. You’ll also get familiar with a few tasks you’lldo at the end of every club. Watch the screencast, then complete the wrap-up steps.
Today, you began an amazing journey in computer science by coding your first program in CSFirst Music and Sound. Today was just the start, though! Next club, you’ll build aDance Party project where you choose the music and have a sprite dance on the screen whilelearning about an important computer science concept called a repeating loop.
As today’s club session comes to a close, there are four steps you need to completebefore you leave. You will do these same four things every time you come to CS First Musicand Sound. Just because club is over for today doesn’tmean the fun has to end. You can continue to work on and customize your project at homeor at school. Look through your CS First printed materialsto find your extra CS First club pass and the sheet labeled “Look at What I CreatedWith Computer Science!” Take these two items with you today, as they contain the informationyou need to access your project outside of club sessions.
Use the sign-in information from your club pass to access your projects from any computerthat has an internet connection. Just go to scratch.mit.edu and sign in. Your projectswill be saved under the “my stuff” menu.
Once you’ve finished the club reflection, take a moment to share what you made todayWrite a shout-out to a fellow club member , the Club Guru, or the host for their hard work,awesome project, or helpfulness. Be sure to write To: followed by their name somewhereon the sticky. No sticky? No pen? No problem! Just ask your Guru. After writing your G+post follow your Guru’s instructions for posting it to the G+ Community page.